Classic Le Parfait Round Preserve Jars, available in 6 sizes. Ideal for traditionally preserving, soft fruits, vegetables, jams, honey and for general dry storage of pasta, dried fruits, rice and beans.
Discover Preserving with our new Starter Set. complete with 2x 0.5L Jars, 1x 1.0L, spare 85mm seals, recipe book, Le Parfait guide, 10 attractive stickers and a gift box (fits 1x 0.5L jar)
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1.Thoroughly clean your Le Parfait Preserve Jars. Best to use a soft brush bottle cleaner if possible, rinse and leave to dry naturally.
2.Prepare your food in accordance with the recipe. Never use frozen and use the freshest ingredients possible.
3.Immerse the rubber ring in boiling hot water and place on the rim of the Le Parfait jar. It is best to use a new seal every time.
4.Fill your Le Parfait jar with the food, as hot as possible to just below the rim.
5.Leave the contents to settle for a few minutes and then top up as necessary.
6.Make sure there is no food residue on the rim or seal. It is essential that the seal is totally clean.
7.Pess the metal clip down to fix the lid in place.
8.Place a tea cloth in a large pan with lid or pressure cooker and stand the jars on it, this is to avoid direct contact between the bottom of the pan. Wedge them tightly, using spare jars if necessary. Pour in hot water and bring to the boil, make sure there is enough water to completely immerse the Le Parfait jars secure the lid as normal. A pressure cooker is ideal for this process.
9.Carefully follow the time indicated in your chosen recipe. Once the time is over, remove the pan/pressure cooker from the heat and cool naturally, never pour cold water over the jars to speed up the cooling. If using a pressure cooker do not release the valve too early.
10.Once cooled take the Le Parfait Jars and store them upright in a cool dry place away from the light. After they have completely you can check that each one is perfectly airtight by unfastening the clip. The lid must stay sealed to the jar and resistant to pressure. If the lid of Le Parfait Jar does not remain airtight once the clip is released it may be due to: - Incorrect filling: too little or too much - Unfinished heat treatment: not long enough and/or too low temperature. - Lack of air-tightness: chip or stain on the edge or the lid. - Old, used, deteriorated rubber seal.
11.When opening, always make sure the vacuum is still good and lids have not become loose. If you are concerned then do not use the food.
12.To assist opening, pull the Orange Ring using the tab sideways to break the vacuum. For best results use a Le Parfait Opener to help you with this task.
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